Sunday, October 7, 2012

Roof: After

Okay so the new roof has been on for a few weeks now but I have been so crazy busy with life that I haven't posted pictures of the new roof.

Here it is the new beautiful roof!

Now off to finish fixing the ceiling...ugh what a mess.

Over and out,
A Engineer in the Kitchen


  1. Congratulations on the new roof! I know rain can do a lot of damage to a roof, so it’s important to not let rain water stay on the shingles or in the gutter. You should schedule regular check-ups on your roof, especially in wetter weather, to maintain the beauty of your new roof.

  2. Finally, after a long wait! :) Great job on the roof! Be sure to inspect the roof once in a while to get ahead of any sprouting damage. This would, of course, allow you to patch up small damage immediately, thereby saving you from expensive major repairs.

    Willie Norman

  3. I agree with Willie. Regular inspection of your roof will help safeguard its integrity from damage. Also, be sure to keep an eye on your roof gutters, like what Son said, but it is the debris, dirt, leaves, and small branches that you should keep tabs on, since they are the ones that may clog the drains, which may lead to roof damage.

    Joanne Barragan

  4. I third Willie’s point! Inspection and quick repairs will definitely let you save on expenses. It will be advantageous to do cleaning just before and right after fall, when all the leaves on trees have fallen out. Cleaning will be more efficient this way.

    - Hayden Adler

  5. I saw what your old roof looks like from your previous post, and I must say, your new roof looks great, and it’s a significant improvement over the old one! By the way, the tree that was resting on the side of your roof can be dangerous. If it is still there, you might want to take it down to avoid damaging your shiny, brand new roof.

    Elizabeth Hoffnung


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